Originally Posted by mechengit
It's just funny to see how people take the sentence "many ignorant users like glossy screen" as "all glossy screen users are ignorant" or "all glossy screens are crap".
If you people just can't figure out that many products that you think are good might have many ignorant users as well, that's fine with me. I can't stop you from embarrassing yourself.
Mechingit your continual attempt to hide behind logical argument is just a joke. To be honest, I get the impression that you don't really understand the logical terms you are using, but you certainly seem to think you are some kind of super genius for your logic observations here. So, let's break it down and get to the core of what you say
you were attempting to communicate, as opposed to what you accuse others of arguing you did
communicate: Apparently, your argument is that you have 'deduced' that some
consumers buy some
products out of ignorance of some
of the pros
of said products.
Is that correct? You are laying claim to that
bit of intellectual achievement?
If that is what you are attempting to communicate, then thank you for the pointless
observation. I think we all could have reached that conclusion without your help. However, you, I, and (I suspect) most others here know that is not
what you were attempting to communicate. Here is what I suspect: I suspect that what is really going on, under the veneer of logical argument you want to hide behind, is that you think
that making the choice for a matte screen, or at least a less reflective glossy, is the superior
choice, and you believe
that people who have chosen otherwise have done so because they are ignorant
of the factors that you
considered when coming to your
conclusion. Your reasoning is based on the assumption of your own logical infallibility; it revolves around you
and what you think
. It is not 'logical' and it is certainly what could be considered 'faulty deduction.' It is also quite narcissistic and juvenile.